A little over a year after its decision to end support for Windows 7, Microsoft also will be putting Windows Thin PC to bed this October. “For organizations still maintaining Windows Thin PC, Microsoft recommends that you consider moving to a newer remote desktop client,” reads the announcement on the Microsoft Tech Community website.
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Windows Thin PC has been available as a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solution since 2011. VDIs essentially act as a bridge for remote work, allowing you to log on to your office computer from other devices in other locations.